U.S. Has a Tradition of Institutionalized Brutality, Writer Says

The Village Voice | May 17, 2004
Atrocities like the torture and killings of unarmed civilians in Vietnam and the sexual humiliation of prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq are not the mere result of rogue soldiers but stem from what historian Christian Appy identifies as "a doctrine of atrocity."

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